How to successfully sell a distressed property with C&C Residential Properties
Chas Carrier, the president of C&C Residential Properties, a HomeVestors franchise that sells distressed properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area joins us again on Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Chas Carrier discuss the following:
- Please give us a summary of your company’s work involving the sale of distressed properties in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
- For owners of distressed properties in Dallas, why are your firm’s services more compelling or innovative? In short, tell us about the advantages your brand offers.
- Why is it important to work with professionals who understand this market (for distressed properties) compared to traditional realtors?
- Your efforts have an overall positive impact on a neighborhood. Explain how that process works.
- In terms of the market in Dallas, what’s your advice to homeowners who have distressed properties and want to find a way to extricate themselves from this challenge?
- In conclusion, what lessons can we learn from Dallas, in terms of how to successfully sell a distressed property?
Chas Carrier has been a full-time real estate investor for six years, and his company has bought and sold more than 500 properties. He’s currently the largest HomeVestors franchise nationwide and was 2010 franchisee of the year. Previously, Carrier was president and CEO of Getinge USA and president of both PrimeSource Foodservice Equipment and AmeriServe Worldwide Restaurant Equipment. Reach him at (214) 340-9300 or email@example.com.
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